#100HappyDays Continued – Days 258 – 264

Another week of photos for your viewing pleasure.

I hope you enjoy the photos as much as I enjoyed each moment.

Day 258 – March 21, 2015: I convinced Mr. MPB to start another small home reno project.  Any day that I get to play with a reciprocating saw is bound to include happy moments!

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Day 259 – March 22, 2015: We went for a delightful morning family walk in a nearby park. On our walk, I spotted this guy.

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Day 260 – March 23, 2015: Today Mr. MPB I were working late tonight so I was so excited to get home, at 10:30pm, and snuggle into the pillows on our couch. I think I fell asleep about 4 minutes after sitting down and it was awesome!

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Day 261 – March 24, 2015: This morning I was happy as I put heals on for on the first time in months. After attending a meeting and then stupidly walking through Ikea in them, I was even happier when I took them off!! In fact, my feet were deliriously happy to be back on flat ground,

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Day 262 – March 25, 2015: As a non-coffee drinker and non-donut eater, Tim Horton’s is not my favourite coffee shop. But, when it’s roll-up-the-rim time, I’m always willing to grab a chamomile tea in hopes of winning something. So, my happy moment today is the moment of childish anticipation as I drink my tea hoping to win big!

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Day 263 – March 26, 2015: Today Sadie and I took an afternoon walk. The brown landscape at this time of year is so dreary, but I always enjoy the beautiful bright sky and the anticipation of summer always excites me!

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Day 264 – March 27, 2015:  Our first outside bike ride of they year! Tonight Mr. MPB and I skipped our normal workout in favour of enjoying a beautiful evening outside on our cruiser bikes. Cruisers do not offer the best cardio exercise in the world, but they so much fun and cute too!

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Wishing everyone splendid happy moments!

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22 Comments on “#100HappyDays Continued – Days 258 – 264

    • Thanks! We bought our cruisers a few summers ago – after our first few miscarriages because they were low activity so I was able to use them. Now we use them all summer long on nice evenings. They are so much fun. 🙂

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  1. I love how so many of these pictures were of happy moments outdoors! Cruisers are so fun. I love the basket in the front. Beautiful shot of the deer- was it really that close to you, or is your camera’s zoom that great? Will you share a photo of the reno job after it’s done? I love seeing work that people have done themselves. No food pics this week- I’m surprised!

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    • I’ve been trying to spend more time outside, now that the weather is improving. 🙂
      The lens I was using for the deer shot was my standard 18-200mm lens. So, nothing too spectacular. We saw the deer in the bushes so I was sneaking through the bushes and was able to get pretty close. It worked and I got this photo without using my full zoom. 🙂
      As for the reno, I’m sure I’ll share it whenever we finish it. The first coat of paint when on earlier today and I love it! Hopefully the second coat will go on tonight. Then lightening, counter-top, sink and faucet instillation sometime during the week or next weekend.
      It’s been 2 weeks in a row without food! We have been eating, but mainly quick meals as we’ve been so busy – homemade lasagna that was in the freezer, steak and veggies, chicken wraps, etc. I guess maybe I should take the hint and spend more time in the kitchen making something yummy. You should provide me with some inspiration. 🙂

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      • Sadly, the food inspiration is a bit lacking on my end with my morning sickness getting worse. DW actually put her foot down today, and said I need to get my dining out under control. I’ve honestly been going for pho on my own on a near daily basis because I can’t stomach cooking lol. I’m in awe of your stealth deer tracking skills, and that you and Mr. MPB are skilled enough to do your own renos!

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      • Ha, I love that DW had to put her foot down! 🙂 Hopefully you can come up with something you can manage to make at home and eat!
        Mr. MPB is a hunter, so he’d better be able to track deer. That said, I noticed these ones first. 🙂
        As for the home reno’s – Mr. MPB is talented. Asides from using our saw and painting, I’m more of a helper. We tend to have fun doing projects together, so it works for us (most of the time).

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      • Ha! I’m sure when I have “great ideas”, Mr. MPB wishes he wasn’t skilled at this kind of stuff! This quick bathroom facelift was supposed to take 1 weekend, a few hounded dollars and minimal effort. The reality is that we are on weekend 2, the project grew so costs went up and much more effort was required. Ops! 🙂
        I’m convinced home ownership is synonymous with money pit. It never seems to end.

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      • Yup, I totally agree. But we know so many people who can’t even get into the housing market, so we’re happy to be able to afford our place.

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  2. Okay…the tool looks dangerous!! The deer is absolutely beautiful!! Did you win anything on your cup of tea?

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